Justin Fields has found his rhythm in the NFL and the Chicago Bears are finally using him the right way. The sophomore QB shook off a brutal start to the season and has turned in four weeks of quality performances, powered by a newfound freedom to tuck and run whenever he pleases. Fields broke the league record for the most rushing yards by a quarterback in a regular-season game and kept the Bears competitive, a far cry from the early days of the year.

The signal-caller is still far from a finished product, especially in the passing game. For how good he's been in the last month Fields still struggles to produce through the air. Over the last four games, he's thrown for eight touchdowns and only two interceptions, which is great. But he only averages 6.7 yards gained per passing attempt, which would have ranked 28th in the league last season. On the year Fields is averaging 7.2 yards gained per passing attempt, so there's still plenty of room for optimism, but the best stretch of his career has been driven by his legs rather than his arm.